6 Halloween Activities for Kids in Binghamton
Fall arrives at 3:50 a.m. on Monday. And with fall comes Halloween activities.
There are a bunch of Halloween activities in the Binghamton area. There are scary attractions for adults, and a lot not of not so scary Halloween activities for the kids. Everything from corn mazes to hayrides, it's a great way to get outside and create some great memories for you and the kids.
Here are just some of the kid friendly places you can visit for Halloween fun in the Binghamton area;
Stoughton Farms is located at 10898 State Route 38 in Newark Valley. They feature a huge corn maze, a jumping pillow, hayrides, and the “Pumpkin Blaster” which looks like fun. They open for the season this Saturday.
Jackson's Pumpkin Farm
Jackson's Pumpkin Farm is located at 6425 route 17c in Endicott. It features hayrides, corn mazes, bouncy houses, and a bunch of painted pumpkin faced characters. Their Halloween fun gets underway this Saturday.
The Iron Kettle Farm
The Iron Kettle Farm is located at 707 Owego Road in Candor New York. They also feature a hayride, corn maze, the spooky barn, and the Pumpkin Express train. They will also open for the season this Saturday.
Howloween at Binghamton Zoo at Ross ParkThe Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park will be holding kid-friendly events the weekends of October 5th and 6th, and October 12th and 13th. Kids can take part in different activities that they say, are perfect for children between the ages of 3 and 10. Including the pirate ring toss and even pumpkin bowling. There will be a bunch of craft stations as well and kids can enjoy prizes and candy.
Port Dickinson Pumpkin Festival
This Saturday only, (9/21) it's the Port Dickinson Pumpkin Festival. That will be taking place at Port Dick Park from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. They will have a pumpkin pie contest, pumpkin painting, music, and more. And it is a fundraiser for Every Dogs Dream Rescue.
Downtown Binghamton Halloween Parade
Saturday, October 26th, 2019 starting at 12 noon, at the corner of Main Street and Arthur Street and will conclude at Exchange Street in Binghamton. You can be a spectator or you can be in the parade. It's free to participate. Click here for more details and to register.